Using Your Instinct to Find the Way

It’s difficult to find your place and to choose wisely who you can trust. Sometimes, you take a step, feeling that you must be brave and take the risk, and you fall spectacularly. Thats where your instinct comes in.

Experience is to fail and fail and fail until you find a little light. When you do, you feel that everything is worth the wait, the fight and the disappointment, but the way is hard. If you are aware of everybody and decide to keep your little heart safe, then you became a lone wolf. It has its advantages but you also need feedback from others to grow and learn.

If you are too much opened up, for sure there will be a lot of people taking advantage of it, you will get hurt, won’t want to trust anymore, and you will become a lone wolf. Again. So, where’s the balance?

This life is not easy at all. For some more, for some less. Decisions are hard to take, we all have prejudices, fears, “mental blocks” as I like to call them, a baggage, memories… that make us react one way or another. Our heart is blind and our mind is skeptic. I think that what we have to listen to is our instinct. What and where is it? Right, it’s a mix of the burden of your mind, the love your heart can bring and take, and those kind of electric spasms in your spine when you “just” know that something is totally right, or totally wrong.

Wisdom? If only. We can learn slowly, and think carefully our next plan, step, word, thought. My animal instinct is what has always leaded the long way. My mind closes me up in a cage, and my heart… poor thing. Totally blind. The mix is awesome, or destroying. Your instinct is talking to you. The difference will be on the way you listen to them. Pay close attention, all the answers are in your own being.

 

Related: Save Yourself


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My work and soul are focused on visceral effort.
On the hunger of something better.
The freedom of discipline.
The righteousness of honesty and humbleness.
The intense power of bowing down.
The abruptness of finding your way to a safe place.
The peace when you finally find it.

That’s why I work on motivation, inner inspiration and self-empowerment.

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